He sounds like that guy from the ESPN commercial, the one were he says it's everyone elses fault not his, even the fumble was his teammates fault because they didn't fall on it.
Ranger fans we are not piling on you guys, just Dunham, he was a cancer here and seems to be there as well. When he's on he's as good as any goalie in the league but when he's off he's awful and brings the team down with him. He seems to always be injured right around the time he gets cold, so expect that soon.
there have been several goals that have been a result of bad bounces - one off Poti's stick on the backcheck and one that Leetch put in come to mind (there may've been a Ranger skate or two in there also). And Dunham's not blaming anybody. He's just saying that he feels good, he's seeing things well, and the Rangers have been the victim of some bad bounces at times.
[QUOTE=triggrman]He sounds like that guy from the ESPN commercial, the one were he says it's everyone elses fault not his, even the fumble was his teammates fault because they didn't fall on it.
Budweisser commercial. God I love those commercials. There is no I in team. Well there aint no we either. Leon cant do it all
I do blame Dunham. He gave this illusion that he can keep a helpless defensive team and often futile offensive team in every game with All-Star-caliber play. Now that he's a mere mortal who's had a couple bad games, the losses are his fault because he shouldn't have held this team together in the first place, giving the guys in front of him a false sense of security - a feeling that they didn't have to play very hard to win.
It's funny that this team couldn't win when he was turning away 94%+ of the shots he faced (and they were plenty) and averaging less than 2.20 goals given up per game. No wonder his groin gave out.
Heck, didn't Richter also have groin problems as a Ranger?